byUniversity of Washington. Instructional Media Services.
Host Al Page interviews Judy Runstad, President of the Downtown Seattle Association, a partner at Foster, Pepper and Riviera and a graduate of the University of Washington Law School. Ms. Runstad discusses the steps in land development, the zoning codes, the state environmental laws, architects, downtown developers, public interest groups, etc. She also discusses how "bad" developers operate, the changes in the Seattle Central Business District Zoning Codes, historical preservation,... Topics: Runstad, Judy, City planning, City planning -- Washington (State) -- Seattle, Neighborhood planning...
A 15-minute, detailed discussion of the city's efforts to preserve any Native American artifacts that might be disturbed in the process of building the Alki wastewater transfer station. Produced by King County Department of Metropolitan Services. Topics: Duwamish River Watershed (Wash.), Excavations (Archaeology)--Washington (State), Indians of North...
On June 29, 1994, two archaeological sites and one traditional cultural property (a Muckleshoot fishing site, ca. 1850), since nominated for the National Register of Historic Places, were found near White Lake, at the confluence of the Black and Duwamish rivers and in the path of the Alki Transfer/CSO control construction project. Archaeologists Lynn Larson and Dennis Lewarch discuss ancient travel routes and fishing/shellfish processing sites along the Duwamish River. Produced by King County... Topics: Duwamish River Watershed (Wash.), Excavations (Archaeology)--Washington (State), Indians of North...
A 10-minute documentary entitled "Archaeological update" about the Seattle public utilities' plan to expand the city's water treatment facilities, and the involvement of local Indian tribes in identifying sites of historic and cultural interest that might be affected by the plan. Produced by King County Department of Metropolitan Services. Topics: Duwamish River Watershed (Wash.), Excavations (Archaeology)--Washington (State), Indians of North...
byUniversity of Washington. Instructional Media Services, University of Washington.
Host Al Page interviews Thomas Andrews, Assistant Professor, School of Law, University of Washington. Professor Andrews discusses marriage law, common law marriage, property rights; community property, premarital agreements; independent advise of counsel; homosexual rights and marriage; wills; choosing the "right" lawyer, client rights, fees. Part of 'Upon Reflection' series. Topics: Andrews Thomas R, Marriage law, Marriage law -- Washington (State), Same-sex marriage, Upon...
byInstitute of Governmental Research, Washington Sea Grant Program, KCTS,
In 1975, U. S. Judge George Boldt ruled that treaty Indians in Washington are entitled to half the harvestable catch of salmon and steelhead. This decision has had wide-reaching effects both emotionally and economically. First the views of those most affected by the decision--commercial, sports and Indian fishermen, and those in related industries--are presented. Finally a studio discussion is shown with representatives from state fisheries, the court and Indian and non-Indian fishermen. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Salmon fisheries, Fishery law and legislation, Washington State, fish, fishing, salmon, steelhead,...